Tam Hunt

Tam Hunt is a lawyer and writer based on the Big Island. He is a board member of the Hawaii EV Association.

Why Hawaii Needs To Take An Aggressive Approach To Regulate AI Wikimedia Commons/Madhav-Malhotra-003/2022

Why Hawaii Needs To Take An Aggressive Approach To Regulate AI

We are heading soon to the point where artificial intelligence can do anything that humans can do, but faster.

Why Hawaii Should Take The Lead On Regulating Artificial Intelligence Wikimedia Commons/2018

Why Hawaii Should Take The Lead On Regulating Artificial Intelligence

A new state office of AI Safety and Regulation could take a risk-based approach to regulating various AI products.

Hawaii County Leads The Way On EV Charging Policy Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Hawaii County Leads The Way On EV Charging Policy

The focus now should be providing reliable and easily accessible public chargers statewide.
What Russia’s Ukraine Invasion Tells Us About Hawaii’s Resiliency Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2020

What Russia’s Ukraine Invasion Tells Us About Hawaii’s Resiliency

It highlights the state’s excessive dependence on global supply chains and imported fuel.
Waste Not, Want Not: Maximizing Efficiency is Key to Decarbonization Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Waste Not, Want Not: Maximizing Efficiency is Key to Decarbonization

A key to reducing energy consumption is optimizing the efficiency of cars by making small improvements like maintaining tire pressure or switching to electric vehicles.
Hawaii Needs A Green Jobs Corps Doug Murray/FPL

Hawaii Needs A Green Jobs Corps

The program could play a large role of restoring our environment and our economy.
How To Ramp Up Hawaii’s Use Of Electric Cars S.KASS

How To Ramp Up Hawaii’s Use Of Electric Cars

A state Clean Vehicle Standard could promote the sale of emissions-free vehicles.
Looking For An Economic Transformation? Think ‘Big Island Green’ Aramis Photography

Looking For An Economic Transformation? Think ‘Big Island Green’

How to restart the kamaaina economy, improve resilience, self-sufficiency, and reduce our environmental footprint.